A drug peddler who smoked weed and drank BronCleer on his child’s birthday party has been jailed for three and a half years.

Widds Mashonga (33) pleaded not guilty to dealing in dangerous drugs, but was convicted after a full trial. Harare magistrate Mr Lazini Ncube sentenced Mashonga to four years in prison before suspending six months for three years on condition of good behaviour.

Mashonga was found in possession 3,8 kilogrammes of mbanje and 17 bottles of the cough
Seven immigration officers have been arrested after they fiddled visitors visas and pocketed varying amounts of money.

The seven stationed at Victoria Falls International Airport have appeared in court charged with fraud.
Promise Miti (37), Maboreke Enock Takura (29), Nonhlanhla Nyathi (39), Aron Mamvura (40) and Patience Chivi (31) as well as Kushinga Goremusandu and James Marowa whose ages were not given were arrested on Sunday.

They have since separately appeared before Victoria
A four-year-old girl was forcibly taken to another family as compensation for an avenging spirit of a murdered relative.

Garikayi Benjamin Chanaiva, a 79-year-old grandpa from Mutasa who pledged the girl has since been arrested and hauled before the magistrate.

He appeared before Nyanga magistrate, Mrs Gloria Takundwa, charged with contravening Section 94 of the Criminal Law Codification and Reform Act which criminalises the pledging of a female person under the age of 18 years.
Home Affairs minister Ignatius Chombo’s former wife Marian has fallen on hard times and cannot afford to pay back a longstanding debt to CBZ Bank after she was declared “a person of no means”.

The deputy sheriff, who had visited Marian’s Allan Grange Farm in Raffingora with the intention to attach property on April 9 to offset the $157 229,10 debt, found nothing on the farm worth taking.
As a sign that all is not well for Marian, who was involved in a lengthy and
Struggling national carrier Air Zimbabwe this week sunk to new lows after it resorted to issuing handwritten boarding passes — triggering a torrent of bad jokes from travellers expressing their shock at the extent of the rot devouring the airline.

This comes as the debt-ridden flag carrier is struggling to operate its full complement of aircraft, a development which recently forced its single biggest customer, President Robert Mugabe, to hire private jets.
The embarrassing ticketing
Struggling national carrier Air Zimbabwe this week sunk to new lows after it resorted to issuing handwritten boarding passes — triggering a torrent of bad jokes from travellers expressing their shock at the extent of the rot devouring the airline.

This comes as the debt-ridden flag carrier is struggling to operate its full complement of aircraft, a development which recently forced its single biggest customer, President Robert Mugabe, to hire private jets.
The embarrassing ticketing
THE late former State Procurement Board executive chairman Charles Kuwaza was scheduled to privately meeting with President Robert Mugabe this past Wednesday, where he wanted to reveal the goings-on at the tender board, as well as his dispute with senior bureaucrats in the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC).
The information came as it emerged that the circumstances surrounding his death — which pointed to a strong possibility of a mafia-style cold-blooded murder as revealed by
AFTER a month of political shadow-boxing between warring Zanu PF factions locked in a fierce succession power struggle, Zanu PF national political commissar Saviour Kasukuwere managed a dramatic narrow escape, largely because of President Robert Mugabe and First Lady Grace’s support.If Mugabe and Grace did not back Zanu PF’s G40 faction to maintain the balance of forces, Kasukuwere would not have survived.
Zanu PF has two rival factions battling to choose a successor for Mugabe
AN AFFAIR between a married man and his colleague has ended in nasty fashion amid reports of violence.

Since the collapse of their affair, Catherine Muwi and Basilio Zibwowa, who are both employees at the Central Vehicle Registration have been making counter violence accusation against each other.
The collapse has dragged in another employee Nyasha who is also said to be having an affair with Basilio.

In an interview, Basilio said he is living in fear of Catherine’s violence


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A Bulawayo man facing a failure to marry lawsuit has responded to the summons in spectacular fashion.
Luke Muparadzi of Selborne Park who was initially referred to as Lake Musarurwa was slapped with a $10 000 lawsuit by his alleged heartbroken ex-lover Eniah Nyajichi from Makokoba suburb who claimed he breached a promise to marry her despite the “embarrassment” she suffered while su_cking his manhood.

In his opposing papers which he filed through his lawyers
WHATSAPP messages caught in boyfriend’s phone have exposed a love triangle among friends.

ZIM dancehall artiste Legion is counting his losses after his girlfriend recently got hold of WhatsApp chats exposing his love affair with her best friend.
Bibiana Kupisai recently found out that her best friend Miriam Mare was cheating with her boyfriend Wilton Isheanesu Doba while perusing Mare’s phone and the two exchanged harsh words via WhatsApp.
Bibiana then proceeded to delete
IN a case of misdirected affection, a 36-year-old man from Tombo Village under Chief Malaki in Matobo, Matabeleland South, failed to control his lust when he allegedly forced himself on his 20-year-old sister as punishment for turning down his se_x demands.

As a result of the alleged se_xual abuse, the woman, whose name is being withheld for ethical reasons, reportedly fell pregnant.
Circumstances to the case are that sometime in August last year the alleged rapist hatched a plan to
BIKITA villagers were baffled when a woman confessed she had been impregnated by a family member to save herself from dying after birth complications during a home delivery.

It is reported that Brenda Tshuma from Foroma Village under Chief Mupakwa confessed to her mother-in-law during a home delivery that the unborn baby was sired out of wedlock.
This was reportedly after her mother-in-law quizzed her over the pregnancy because of her prolonged labour.

It is reported that soon after
National Vendors Union chairman Stendrick Zvorwadza is facing over 40 counts of fraud after he allegedly duped unsuspecting home-seekers of thousands of dollars under the pretext that he would offer them residential stands.

Sources close to the investigations yesterday said Zvorwadza made vendors believe that he could offer them residential stands in some parts of the city.
He allegedly told them that he was linked to influential people in the city and that it would be easy for the
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